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Poster: Liamfinnegan Date: Jul 4, 2006 7:20pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Most poignant or heartfelt moment at a dead show

Come on now, were the rest of you too tripped out to experience poignant? Let's turn the discussion to what are the best things you THINK you saw at the shows- I have read a number of them in the show reviews- like spaceships landing and seeing the musical notes coming outof the speakers and seeing halos around Jerry's head- I want to know the nightmarish as well as the divine-

I had finished tripping by the time I got on the bus in 81- but had no less fun- so with keeping with the spirit of this forum- point me to the show and the tune to see if I can tap into what you were "seeing at the time"

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Poster: Garcia4ever Date: Jul 5, 2006 6:44am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Most poignant or heartfelt moment at a dead show

Every time the band played Terrapin Station, I shed a tear for the first true love of my life, who was from Carlisle, PA, (down in Carlisle he loved a lady many years ago)and who left our world far too early. I'll always wonder where my life would be if things had happened differently. She'll always occupy a huge space in my heart, and I hope that someday, someway, if God is good, we can be together again.

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Poster: caspersvapors Date: Jul 5, 2006 6:17pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Most poignant or heartfelt moment at a dead show

So Many Roads, Shoreline 94 (9/18) I think

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Poster: gphishmon Date: Jul 11, 2006 9:20pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Most poignant or heartfelt moment at a dead show

I don't think I was every really there for poignant or heartfelt moments; I came to appreciate those later. For example, I ragged on the lullaby, "I Will Take You Home," back then and cry buckets when I listen to it now. In retrospect, I'd have to say Standing on the Moon 6/30/95, although I didn't know it would be my last show.